Thomas North’s Writings in the Shakespeare Canon

An introduction to Thomas North, his authorship of the source-plays, and the hundreds of Shakespearean passages that first appeared in North’s texts

The Monologues on Death

The Most Famous Soliloquies in the Canon Also Come From North’s Texts

Prospero, Amorphus, and English Seneca

The Elizabethan Satires that Identified North as Original Author of Shakespeare’s Plays

Rosalinde is Elizabeth North

The Most Beloved Heroine of the Canon is Based on Thomas North’s Daughter